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continues. for others, check back in the for others, check back in the morning. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, july 22nd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." i am your voice! on the finale of the republican national convention, donald trump soaks up the spotlight and slams hillary clinton. >> this is the legacy of hillary clinton. death, destruction, terrorism, and weakness. doubling down. ted cruz stands by his speech, explaining why he'll never endorse trump. and with the rnc wrapped up, clinton could name her vp pick any day now. a look at her short list and the speakers for next week's democratic national convention.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. in accepting the republican nomination for president, donald trump promised to put america first. his speech lasted more than an hour, as promised. trump vowed to restore law and order, control immigration, and negotiate new trade deals. and he lashed out at hillary clinton. weijia jiang is in cleveland with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump spoke for 76 minutes to be exact, but his address did not offer any specific details about policy. and it also lacked the humor and impromptu style that once defined trump's speeches, as he tried to convince the country that he is ready to be commander in chief. fireworks lit up the sky outside the arena as balloons rained
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down on donald trump and mike pence and their families. the joyful celebration crafted trump's dark 75-minute address in which he vowed to restore law and order to a nation in peril. >> the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon, and i mean very soon, come to an end. >> reporter: trump also made his case against opponent hillary clinton. >> the world is far less stable than when obama made the decision to put hillary clinton in charge of america's foreign policy. let's defeat her in november. >> reporter: clinton's campaign fired back over social media throughout the speech. >> i'm with you, the american people. >> reporter: the presumptive democratic nominee took particular offense when he
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mocked her campaign slogan, firing off this tweet, i'm with you, not included, women, african-americans, lgbt people, muslims, latinos, immigrants. trump's speech also aimed to sway republican voters, still skeptical of his campaign. his oldest daughter ivanka trump did her best to reach women voters. >> he will fight for equal pay, for equal work. >> to talk about equal pay for women, i thought she did a great job. >> reporter: the focus now shifts to democrats, whose convention starts next week in philadelphia. but right here at the quicken loans arena, it looks more like a construction site, as crews hastily tear this down and prepare for the next big event here. of course, the opposite is happening in philadelphia ahead of the democratic convention. this afternoon, we expect hillary clinton to announce her pick for vice president in order to energize democrats ahead of the start there. virginia senator tim kaine is the top contender.
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>> weijia jiang in cleveland, thank you so much. following trump's speech, "cbs this morning" co-host norah o'donnell asked cbs news contributor bob schieffer and cbs news political director john dickerson for their take on trump's message. >> it was a speech full of existential threats. he mentioned the threats to our way of life and a moment of crisis. this was for a candidate who came up with stadium rallies, this was very much like his stadium rallies, as others have mentioned, no optimism. the question now is is there a big enough group in the company who shares that same desperate feeling about the state of things, that they are under siege? the reason politicians usually use optimism is to bring in new people. there was no pivot. it's all pure trump and it looked like that's the way he is going to run the rest of his campaign. >> the speech lasted 74 minutes. hillary clinton tweeting, we are better than this.
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bob, you've heard a number of these speeches. how would you analyze this? >> this convention has been marred by negativity, up until now. i mean, the fact this is probably -- it was an attack on what is wrong with everything and mainly hillary clinton and it's her fault, but for having said that, this probably is the most positive speech that we have heard all week. basically, it comes down to this -- donald trump said he's going to make everything put up all of the trade agreements and put in a new immigration policy and he is also going to cut taxes. i think the follow-up question might be, how is he going to do all of that? earlier, in a first for a republican convention, openly gay silicon valley billionaire peter thiel acknowledged his sexuality. >> of course, every american has a unique identity. i am proud to be gay.
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i am proud to be a republican. but, most of all, i am proud to be an american! >> thiel warned republicans against waging culture wars. republicans stripped all gay rights mentioned from their platform. texas senator ted cruz is still taking heat for not endorsing donald trump. thursday morning, cruz was forced to defend his decision to the texas delegation, some of whom were highly critical of his position. >> i am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father. >> during the campaign, trump mocked cruz's wife's appearance and linked his father to the kennedy assassination. and trump asked cruz to speak at the convention and knew he would not endorse him. >> coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to ted koppel about his interview with donald trump. the democratic national convention starts monday in philadelphia and hillary clinton
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may announce her running mate as early as today. this morning, clinton begins a two-day campaign swing through florida. sources tell the associated press, virginia senator tim kaine is the leading candidate to join clinton on the democratic ticket, but no final decision has been made. speakers at the democratic convention include michelle obama and bernie sanders monday night. on tuesday, former president bill clinton, mothers of black men and women who have been killed by gun violence or in police custody, including the mothers of eric garner, trayvon martin, and michael brown. on wednesday, president obama and vice president joe biden speak. hillary and chelsea clinton wrap up the convention thursday. during a white house reception, president obama called for an end to discrimination against muslims. the president hosted more than a hundred muslim americans to celebrate the end of the holy month of ramadan. the president, again, challenged donald trump's proposal to temporarily ban muslims from
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entering the country and putting mosques under surveillance. >> singling out muslim americans, moreover, feeds the lives of terrorists like isil that is west is how at war with a religion that includes over a billion adherence. that is not smart national security. >> the president also urged muslims to answer those who use the religion to justify violence. the nba is looking for a new home for the 2017 all-star game. the league announced it will be moving the game from charlotte yesterday because of a north carolina law that limits anti-discrimination protection for the lgbt community. the league had lobbied to change the bill known as hb-2. it's estimated charlotte will lose about a hundred million dollars in revenue. wnba players don't understand why they were fined for wearing black warm-up shirts following the recent shootings of black men by police
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and the ambush of police in dallas. players on three teams were fined $500 apiece after wearing the shirts with the #black lives matter and dallas five. a man who forced an overnight stand justify with new york city police is accused of making terrorist threats. officers say he tossed a fake bomb into a squad car on wednesday night and then he parked at a mid manhattan square claiming he had a bomb. he finally surrendered yesterday morning and no explosives were found on him. this morning, malaysia and australia and china agreed to suspend the search for mh-370, after the search in the current area is complete. the malaysia airlines flight disappeared over the indian ocean in march of 2014 during a flight. there were 239 people on board. some debris has turned up on the shores of africa. in a statement, the country said despite the best efforts, the likelihood of finding the plane
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is fading. ten brazilians who pledged allegiance to isis are saying they will plan terrorist attacks during the coming up olympics. they say there was no specific threat and describe the threat as absolutely amateur. the games in rio starts in 15 days. many americans might go to the movies this weekend. not because they want to see a movie but just for the air-conditioning. the heat wave is tightening its grip on most of the lower 48. high temperature warnings are out in nine midwestern states and what is uncomfortable for many is down right dangerous for those who work outside. it hit 110 yesterday in palm springs, california, and 105 in phoenix. coming up on the "morning news." a player's pledge. former ravens running back ray rice says he'll donate his salary to charity if he is signed. and wichita's police chief
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will be live again following the dnc. wichita's police chief is getting high marks for a cookout and we meet a teenage republican delegate. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the washington post" talks with the youngest delegate at the republic national convention. 17-year-old jack solm is gop chairman of a county in eastern virginia. he'll be eligible to vote in november because he'll turn 18 just 72 hours before election day. new york's "daily news" reports that a man is accused of imprisoning a korean war veteran and stealing his benefits. police say the suspect kept the victim in a cramped motel room for four years. the 81-year-old navy veteran suffers from advanced dementia. the bleacher report says ray rice, former nfl running back is making a pledge. he says he'll donate his pay to domestic violence groups if he plays next season. he hasn't played since his
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arrest in 2014 for punching his fiancee. the wichita eagle reports the white house will honor the city's police chief. a barbecue gordon ramsey organized to unite the community drew nearly 2,000 people on sunday. leaders of black lives matter also attended. dancing at the event drew national media attention. the atlantic explains why a bartender suffered margarita burn. he had to squeeze about a hundred limes while working an outdoor party. the fruit contains chemicals that make the skin more sensitive to the sun. his hand is healing from second-degree burns. coming up, facebook test flight. a drone designed to bring the internet to remote places, makes its maiden voyage. vatives, swee. no colors from artificial sources. 100% of our food will be clean by year's end. that's food as it should be. ♪
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s&p lost 7. the nasdaq finished 16 points lower. this morning, pokemon go launched in japan. the popular game was first released on july 6th and now available in more than 30 countries, but until now, it hadn't been available in the birth place of the pokemon cartoon. in japan, they issued nine-point safety guide for users, including a caution against heat stroke, as users walked around in the sun. this morning, we have video of the first full-scale flight of facebook's intenet drone that flew over yuma, arizona, last month for about an hour and a half. the boomerang shaped plane is for people who don't have access to internet. the drones are unmanned and they use solar power. lasers are used to deliver internet connections to receivers on the ground. the comic con is under way in san diego. it's expected 100,000 people casts from films and tv shows
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like games of thrones and "star trek" and team wolf are expected to appear. it's time to digitize the old vhs tapes. the last maker of vcr's or video cassette recorders is ending production. japan's funai electronics has been making vcrs for more than 30 years, before there was dvds or blue rays or streaming video. vcrs dominated home entertainment. i still have some vhs tapes hanging around my apartment. how about you? >> i do too. i have a box in the basement and some of them are probably movies i never returned at a video store i worked at in high school. sorry, video max. i hope i'm not getting any overdue bill in the mail. >> i may have a blockbuster video somewhere around my apartment too. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. coming up, a crime busting drone. we will show you how a teenager's drone helped track down suspected boat thieves. (vo) one dark stormy night
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forecast in some cities around the country. could drones make the long arm of the law a little longer? a teen's eye in the sky is credited with catching suspected boat thieves. chris harris tracked two people who zoomed away with his parents' speedboat near seattle and that led police to a husband and wife who are now in custody. the nation's most famous chicago white sox fan shows he is no sore loser. president obama honored the kansas city royals yesterday at the white house. he praised the team for its world series win and its outreach program to youth in their communities. coming up on "cbs this morning" this morning, the zach brown band.
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here's another look at this morning's top story. donald trump formally accepted the republican presidential nomination on the closing night of the gop convention. trump promised to restore law and order and what he called the chaos in american communities renegotiates what he considers to be bad trade deals and strictly curb immigration. he also said hillary clinton lacks good judgment. >> this is the legacy of hillary clinton. death, destruction, terrorism, and weakness. >> trump painted himself as the champion of blue collar america, saying at one point, i am your voice. roger ailes is out as chief executive at fox news channel this morning. as vinita nair reports, his
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departure comes amid allegations of sexual harassment. >> reporter: the statement by 21st century fox made no mention of the sexual harassment allegations. or the golden parachute ailes will allegedly walk away with. instead, rupert murdoch thanked him for his remarkable contributions and said ailes made important issues accessible to a broader audience, in stark contrast to the self-serving elitism that characterizes far too much of the media. murdoch will serve as acting ceo and chairman of fox news. the stunning fall of the 76-year-old began more than two weeks ago, when former fox anchor gretchen carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him. >> so swa what -- >> so what is the real story? >> reporter: carlson claims she was fired for refusing his sexual advances. fox's parent company, 21st century fox, launched an internal investigation. gretchen carlson's lawyer said in a statement, we hope that all
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businesses now understand that women will no longer tolerate sexual harassment and reputable companies will no longer shield those who abuse women. ailes built fox news channel for a top rated cable network that held tremendous influence over the republican party. >> tonight is the night. >> reporter: his resignation has prompted questions about the future of not only fox, but the overall media landscape. jim rutherberg covers media for "the new york times." >> fox news has been such a part of our dialogue and that is the fox news that roger ailes created but that roger ailes, fox news changes and i think our political dialogue changes somewhat. >> reporter: late thursday, ailes sent a letter to murdoch and read in part, i am proud we have built fox news and fox business channels into powerful and lucrative organizations. i take pride in my role in creating the news. vinita nair, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will take you to ise royale national park. as we celebrate 100 years of the
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national park service. plus, people in a colorado town are being told not to drink or use the water because it's contaminated with the marijuana ingredient thc. and the zach brown band shows us around nashville's country music hall of fame and museum. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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you have made it. it's friday, july 22. a look at the bay bridge this morning. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle. and yeah, it is just about
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4:30. let's find out more about what we can expect in our weather today. >> i would say yes, it's friday, otherwise known as "kenny choi to the world" day! rise and shine. welcome to your friday. here's what you can anticipate. some very thin stratus lining the coast. otherwise 47 degrees in napa. that's the coolest temperature so far this week. it's 60 at this very early hour in concord, clayton and walnut creek. that's our live weather camera looking out at absolutely nothing. the temperatures in the 50s and 60s. that was a glitch. but meanwhile later today, 60s beaches, 70s bay, 80 around the peninsula to the low and mid- 90s away from the bay. triple digits coming up. we'll serve that forecast up in a matter of minutes. but first here's g. >> good morning. we have an accident clearing south 880 after great mall parkway just in time for the commute to get under way. no delays, traffic clear in both directions. roadwork though in effect as you work your way both directions on the ui

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